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for passengerers onboard this train, just outside new york city, when it came barrelling off the tracks. you can see some of the train cars just barely missing the river. not everyone survived this crash. the injured rushed to new york hospitals. and take a look at this tonight. video coming in, shot by a passenger from another train. one of the first to drive by the accident site. you can see the cars there toppled on their side. some of those train cars rolling over, windows smashing, passengers thrown from their seats. first responders rushing to the scene, searching for survivors. some climbing out of the wreckage themselves. emergency teams carrying some of the bodies out. and quickly getting to the injured. some of them critical. they had almost made it to where they were going, new york city's grand central station. the train accident just outside manhattan. and that's where we begin with abc's gio benitez on the scene for us tonight. >> reporter: tonight, as the mangled commuter train sits just feet from the river, the search for clues is on. what caused this morning's dramatic derailmen
the district, alexandria, the incorporated cities, and issa to include anne arundel -- and east to include anne arundel county. we will make the magic jump from 30 to up to 33 sooner. that is our concern, especially knowing the next batch of rain on the radar is probably spreading rain. reagan national, 31. 28 at washington dulles. 32 degrees in annapolis. it is still very cold and we are watching closely the rain and freezing rain moving east of the metro area. there is a break, but not that much of a break. just a matter of a few hours as we look to the south and west. all of that is cleared out. southwest of roanoke, bristol. to be sleet or snow. it will be all rain in our area. it becomes critical, the temperatures. remaining below freezing. it will be quite a bit of our area. inch of ice0 of an accumulation will happen. exposed surfaces could see a little but more than that. up to a quarter inch. there could be very severe consequences impact-winds from the ice. north and west of the city. trees and power lines coming down certainly a possibility. dangerous driving conditions. it will chan
for cities like little rock, the ice that made the roads dangerous, it looks like snow. but it is definitely hard as ice. and with temperatures not expected to rise much above 30 degrees over the next few days, it could be here for some time. david. >> what a scene, steve. thank you. to the scene playing out at dallas airport. the weather so bad, passengers slept on a parked plane overnight. tonight many still sitting in the terminals, hundreds of cancellations, as we're on the air. mike boettcher is right there. >> reporter: at the dallas ft. worth airport more than 3,000 passengers stranded overnight. terminals packed with passengers sleeping on cots or anywhere they could. the airport trying to make the best out of 400 flight cancellations. bringing in entertainment. one woman drawing pictures of passengers trying to bring smiles to the unlucky strangers. >> we are doing caricatures, entertaining while they are waiting for their flight. >> reporter: outside terminals, firemen knocking ice off the roof so it doesn't fall on passengers. on the runways an incoming flight stuck in the ice cau
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